Serves 8 to 12
Preparing time: 1 hour
Today I want to share Traditional homemade Couscous with you because recently my Sister- in- law has sent me homemade Couscous, and Her mother had made it for me, therefore I cooked it and tested it for you it was extremely delicious. I want to say both of them, so much thanks for making Turkish traditional homemade Couscous.
I know, making your own couscous gives you a difficult, but home made Turkish couscous super taste and it is very cheerfully process because of a sense of wonder at the magic of it all. I remembered when my mom was making our own couscous, how much fun it was and how astonishing the results and making couscous is an expression of love, generosity and hospitality. The process feels celebratory and communal. I want to share couscous making with you, I like to think that there are chefs across the country who are ‘rolling their own couscous ingredients’ –couscous, that is.
There are so many different couscous recipes, which vary from one country to another, but I would like to introduce traditional home made Turkish couscous which is making in Sivas region in Turkey. Sivas has a special place for Turkish Cuisine, with fresh foods unique to the City itself as well as to its districts and villages . In my country , Traditional Turkish couscous is made with hard wheat (Its called Bulgur). Turkish couscous hand-rolled tiny pasta pearls are about 2 mm in diameter and they are made out of a mixture of whole wheat(Bulgur) and eggs, all purpose flour, rolled around a center of bulgur which gives it a elegant that is slight yellow color and unique, special and delicious.
Eating Home-made Turkish Couscous with those tiny balls rolling wonderfully on your tongue, really lift up the eating experience, even a simple serve. It is also very easy to cook, Turkish Couscous unlike the other couscous which can turn mushy if soaked for too long or in too much liquid, Traditional Turkish Couscous can be boiled in salted water, like pasta, until tender.
Hello every one!
Recently I have made frozen yogurt, because it’s summer and for my blog anniversary dinner. It’s not difficult to make. If you really love frozen yogurt- there’s nothing better than homemade and you can make Frozen yogurt with just simple ingredients and add your favourite fruit on top it. I made sure the result are smooth, scoopable and so delicious.
Yogurt Benefit ; Yogurt is one of the most popular fermented dairy, and yogurt is highly nutritious and is an excellent source of protein, calcium and potassium. It provides numerous vitamins and minerals, it is low in calories
-HAPPY 4 YEARS BLOG ANNIVERSARY-
I juts wanted to start this post by saying thank you very much from bottom of my heart for all of your kind words of encouragement, support for my blog. Exactly four year ego, I was hitting the button “Publish’ for the first time and My only desire was to talk and share about my recipe, painting,stories, restaurant review and keep in touch with my friends, family. Lucky for me, many other gorgeous people decided to join me in this fantastic adventure, and helped me, I was excited to create and share to connect the whole world. I feel a deep responsibility to make the most of my time here and serve you the best I can.
Thank you for supporting me be a part of this blog journey.
-Stonebridge Associated Colleges/Diet and Nutrition Advisor Diploma/Mommy cook for me-
I feel people respect that more than me giving an average response and never stop studying and I enrolled nutrition program so I have taken various exam and several some months ago I have completed my Nutrition Course and with this certification, they were extremely helpful and always responded quickly to any queries I had. The way it works is that you have a certain amount of assignment/modules(14 in total) and each one comes with a question sheet and Booklet. You have the choice to do whole course all on-line or receive it as paper copies-I went with the online. You get a year to complete the course but can take any time within this year.
I hope to share my knowledge through blogging, and maybe a cookbook or nutrition book in the future. This e-learn course is more than informative and has so much support for me along the way, I want to thank e- learning course staff for supporting my course.
Thank you to each and every one of you for finding time to join and support me on WordPress, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest.
-BANANA BREAD WITH HONEY-
I have made the cake and tested. The recipe was an old recipe from my family and this recipe is worthy of commendation. This Banana Bread with honey is moist and delicious with loads of banana flavour and it is easy to make, also no need for a mixer. This is an easy recipe that gives perfect result every time and be sure to use ripe bananas. Happy baking!
-Bananas are among the world’s most popular fruit and making them an excellent for snack. Bananas are also very good nutritious, and contain high amounts of fiber , antioxidants and are very low in protein and fat. Unripe bananas are high in starch and ripe bananas contain mostly sugar.
However bananas are good source of several nutrients, including magnesium and potassium(potassium is an important mineral that many people aren’t getting enough of, and it plays a crucial role in blood pressure control and kidney function.),including dopamine, vitamin B6, vitamin C. Also pectin is another type of dietary fiber that is found in the ripe bananas and pectins may reduce appetite, moderate blood sugar levels after meals. In addition, a medium-sized (118grams) banana contains about 105 calories and bananas contain about 14 grams of sugar.
Bake time= 8-10 minutes
Tahini is usually used to make humus or make dressing for salads or garnish over some vegetable. Using it for bread is uncommon in the world but it is used in Mediterranean, and Middle Eastern cuisines and Turkish cuisine know what they are doing and they make perfect delicious bread or sell rolls with it. Tahini bread is also traditional in Turkey.Tahini bread usually sold in the bakeries in the feast time and fast month. Also Tahini’s versatility has made it very popular all throughout Turkey and they mix tahini with Pekmez.(Pekmez=a jam like substance made from grapes, figs or mulberries.) They usually prepare this mixture for breakfast and it is especially popular during the winter time.
Tahini bread rolls, this delicious soft rolls have a wonderful sesame butter texture, it is also a wonderful alternative for those with nut allergies.Homemade Tahini bread can easily be made for a family in your kitchen, however this is much easier to make by just following the simple technique I used. It is very rich and addictive and perfect with a cup of tea or coffee. Enjoy!
TAHINI HEALTH BENEFITS: Tahini is a seed butter made from sesame seeds that are toasted and ground.Tahini contains more protein than nuts. It’s a rich source of B vitamins (B1, B2, B3,B5 and B15 )that boost energy and brain function. They promote healthy cell growth and including that of red blood cells, which will help prevent Anemia. They support and increase the rate of metabolism, enhance immunity and nervous system function as well as helping to maintain healthy skin and muscle tone.Vitamin E , which is protective against heart stroke and heart disease. Also tahini has important minerals, such magnesium, iron, and calcium. Tahini is very easy to digest and many of its nutrients find their way in to the blood stream within about an hour of consumption.